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Agency Arms And Jake Hoback Knives Officially Announce The Limited Edition Agent Knife

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May 18, 2016 (Ventura, CA) – Agency Arms and Jake Hoback Knives are pleased to officially announce a collaboration product, the limited edition Agent Knife.

The Agent Knife collaboration between Agency Arms and Jake Hoback consists of a limited run of 50 Jake Hoback-designed knives. Each knife carries the Agency Arms logo and markings to complement the distinct geometry of the Agency Arms Glock slide. Internally, each knife will feature the Hoback Rolling Detent System (HRD), Pivot Thrust Bearings (PTB), a Hardened Stainless Steel Lock Insert with over travel prevention, and Cold Formed Bearing Races for increased bearing and knife life.

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“Agency Arms has grown in size and reputation by designing, machining, and modifying firearms that are among the finest in the industry,” said Jake Hoback. “We pride ourselves on a similar commitment to making knives of the highest quality and functionality. We see this new relationship as a perfect marriage of the knife and firearms industries and one that will produce many amazing products for our respective customers for years to come.”

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“We are very proud and humbled to align with Jake Hoback regarding the limited edition Agent Knife,” said Michael Parks at Agency Arms. “Jake’s reputation perfectly syncs with what Agency Arms is founded on and we couldn’t be prouder of this new collaboration.”

For more information about Agency Arms and Jake Hoback knives please visit:

www.agencyarms.com
www.jakehobackknives.com

About Agency Arms:

Agency Arms was created in January of 2015 by weapon operators who were interested more in the functionality of a firearm than the visual appeal. Agency Arms is a Veteran and LEO owned company that specializes in aftermarket weapon modifications and manufacturing. Headquartered out of Camarillo, California, Agency Arms is the leading edge in ergonomic frame modifications, slide lightening redesigns, hand tuned trigger work, and aftermarket accessories manufacturing.

About Jake Hoback Knives:

Jake Hoback started making knives in 1990 in his back yard, pounding them out on a huge chunk of steel with a framing hammer and fence post nails.  Guided by an unwavering faith, and committed to innovation in design and workmanship, the Idaho-based company has grown into an industry-leading provider of quality knives and accessories.  Rugged, reliable, and precision-engineered, Jake Hoback knives are crafted of the finest, most durable materials available — built to be tools, not just trophies. Jake’s knives are proudly carried and collected by the military, law enforcement, and knife enthusiasts around the world.

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11 Responses to “Agency Arms And Jake Hoback Knives Officially Announce The Limited Edition Agent Knife”

  1. SecondGradeMath says:

    “Agency Arms was created in January of 2015 by weapon operators who were interested more in the functionality of a firearm than the visual appeal. ”

    LOLOLOLOLOLOL

    • Mike says:

      Glad I’m not the only one who noticed that. 😉

    • Alex says:

      +1 I thought the same.

      Caption should read, “Agency Arms was created in January of 2015 based on the popularity of Salient Arms and the stupidity of people paying $3,000 for a Glock.”

      The visual appeal part is just hilarious because clearly it’s what’s selling the brand.

  2. war13usaf says:

    Great show available on the knife maker on WE Like Shooting podcast

  3. Alex says:

    Just because a business is Veteran and LEO owned does not make it anymore “legit” especially if pertaining to tactical gear and or firearms. Plenty of fat pencil pushers in both professions just trying to ride the coat tails of their titles.

    • Precisely…I’m growing more than a little weary of everyone and their brother trying to shill their products by first referring to their business as “veteran owned and operated” … down to companies selling me roasted coffee beans.

  4. “Agency” knife.

    Cool.

  5. ethan says:

    only 850 dollars? If it was 2k i would maybe buy it. Not gucci enough. Agency if you’re listening, raise your prices and keep the brand equity high.